Guest House Ryad Sauvage Noble

The guest house Ryad Le Sauvage Noble is located at the edge of the Morrocan part of the Sahara desert.

The guest house is an old brick-earth building that has been restored using traditional techniques. The name of "Le Sauvage Noble" derives from the French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who made homage to the perfection of the elementary. With the "noble savage", we present the spirit of our desert tours in the beautiful location of an oasis. It is the perfect location to rest after your trek and the ideal starting point for your personal discovery tour of the "Grand Sud" (Great South).

Le Sauvage Noble has 16 rooms. Hand-carved bedsteads and painted cabinets, shelves and lamps, as well as hand-woven colourful carpets, give each room a distinctive and unique character.

Le Sauvage Noble demonstrates how the simplicity of materials can be ennobled by the art of the person using it. The skills of local craftspeople and the beauty of their art is reflected in the traditional style of the building and the interior design of "Le Sauvage Noble".

Each of our 16 rooms has its own individually designed bathroom with shower and WC. None of them look alike - the shower basin, the sink and the bath tub of every room were created individually: from a red bath with blue star mosaic to a bath with a starry ceiling and integrated fossils.
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